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What does IRP stand for?

IRP stands for Irish Punt (Irish Currency before 2002)

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Britain and the Republic of Ireland had a currency union from 1922 until 1979 when the Irish punt was floated on the world markets because at the time it was not considered to be in the Republic's long-term interest to be tied to sterling.
Tanzania's foreign ministry wrote to the Irish embassy in September asking if it "recalled" that Ireland had agreed to pay the air freight charges of about 66,000 Tanzanian shillings (some 4,000 Irish punts, 5,000 euros).
Byline: Maurice Fitzmaurice YEARS after the old Irish punt disappeared in 2002, it seems there are still quite a few of them lying around under mattresses and even behind wallpaper.
Spargo, 41, visited bureaux de change all over the North West, Yorkshire and the Midlands cashing Irish punts into sterling.
Joyce Makarova claimed in court yesterday that she asked for dollars at Heathrow Airport, instead of Irish punts, because she was confused and it was what her boyfriend told her to do.